By Thomas Goldkamp, On3 Sports: Oregon coach Dan Lanning was very briefly considered a candidate to replace Nick Saban at Alabama, before he promptly closed the door on any such notion on Thursday with a statement that he is staying put in Eugene, Ore.
But the peace of mind that came with that announcement didn’t come in time to save a family movie night on Wednesday evening. Especially not after a report emerged that he was currently in Tuscaloosa, Ala.
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Dan Lanning was watching 'the Jason Bourne movie' when news of Nick Saban's retirement, and a false report Lanning was in Tuscaloosa, broke.
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